Punch, 49 (1865), iii–iv.
Describes a conversation between Mr Punch and a Chinese giant called Chang, who thanks Mr Punch for the 'extraordinary countenance you have been pleased to show him' and who asks 'what qualities are required in a Contributor to "Punch"'. Mr Punch replies: 'All the virtues, all the graces, all the arts, and all the sciences' (iv).
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